Published: Sat, March 25, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William watch Six Nations Championship

Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William watch Six Nations Championship

Kate Middleton stuck to her winning combination of dresses by her favourite British designers, a crowd pleaser for her hosts and a recycled look on her recent visit to France.

Kate and the Duke of Cambridge met with cultural leaders and French President François Hollande to launch "Les Voisins" - a celebration of cultural ties between the United Kingdom and France after Brexit, from Friday 17 to Sunday 19 March.

On day two of their visit, they also attended a "Les Viosins in Action" event, highlighting "the strong ties between the young people of France and the United Kingdom", a tweet from Kensington Palace read.

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Middleton and Prince William also attended an embassy gala dinner on Friday, where the duchess wore an ice-blue gown by Jenny Packham, a longtime favorite of Middleton. The royal couple may have a chance to view the paintings again as a number of iconic works from the gallery are set to be exhibited at the Tate in London later this year.

Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge visit the Musee D'Orsay on the second day of their official visit to Paris.

The event was William's first official engagement since a weekend-long break in Switzerland where he was caught "dad dancing" at a nightclub and criticized for missing an important Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey attended by other members of the royal family. The Duchess of Cambridge styled her hair in a voluminous blowout and had on a Chanel dress with Tod's fringed leather pumps.

The young royals attended a Six Nations rugby game with Wales and France competing. They also met Sgt. Philippe, who has received help from the prosthetics team at the hospital, and will be competing on the French team of Prince Harry' worldwide Invictus Games.

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